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Portland high schools block social networking, video streaming sites #Fail

Over the next two weeks, Portland’s school district will install filtering software on laptops issued to high school students, in order to block access to pornography, social networking sites and video streaming sites when the laptops are at home. The district will install filtering software made by Sophos, an Internet security company based in Boston….

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Social Media and Sales Relationships by Jon Ferrara

Free to view! Here is the recorded version of Jon Ferrara, CEO of Nimble, presenting and discussing  tips about how to work as an effective team by tracking and managing their contacts, prospects, activities, communications and sales forecasts, including: Maximize marketing impact More revenue in less time The need for unified communication This webcast is…

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The New Business As Usual by Euan Semple

This recorded webcast is part of the 2012 C7group Business Thought Leadership Series: Euan Semple leads a presentation about driving business, leveraging social media and the culture and workflow changes that are required. Watch Euan’s presentation below or read more about his background: Euan Semple is one of the few people in the world who…

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Social Learning and Employee Development by Halelly Azulay

Here is the recorded version of a valuable presentation and discussion with Halelly Azulay, CEO of TalentGrow from the 2012 Business Thought Leadership Webcast Series. Halelly Azulay discusses the realities of employee development and leveraging social networking and media for learner-driven, learner-generated employee education. Halelly brings over 19 years of professional experience in the fields of…

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Which is more important–culture or strategy?

Our answer is clearly culture! We agree with Leslie Bradshaw at Jess3 (and we’re big fans). Is it really a choice though?  Paying appropriate attention to strategy and planning is part of an adaptive culture. We think that the modern social, digital business has an iterative process for regularly re-examining its own culture.

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Culture: Your Organization’s DNA and How It Drives Everything Else

Organizations must transform their culture in order to become collaborative social businesses.  It’s no longer a debate that culture and values are the winning components of the business of tomorrow.  Technology is leading us in terms of what we must do with our workflow and behavior but it is not the central component. Technology tool selection…

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Moving the Needle. Using Social Media to Advance Your Business by Jason Falls

Did you get to participate in the live session of Moving the Needle. Using Social Media to Advance Your Business by Jason Falls? We’ve uploaded the video and the slide deck and opened the comments for discussion. In this webcast you will learn about: Developing a strategic plan for social media Case studies of businesses…

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Social Learning as an Employee Development Solution

Guest Post by workplace learning, performance, and communication expert Halelly Azulay, President of TalentGrow and author of  Employee Development on a Shoestring.  What is Social Learning? Social learning, or Learning 2.0, is a general name given to multiple collaborative online tools for sharing knowledge, building relationships, and interacting with content and with other members of the online…

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Saving Customer Service Costs [Infographic]

Today’s socially enabled web is changing customer service and support. In fact, it is the very thing that has so many in Public Relations and Marketing scratching their heads. Service and support are the result of a medium (social media and social networking technology) that is bidirectional. Customers are not just in control of the message, they are expecting you to…

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